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Luger Carbine Presentation Case. Ref#.01.Lcc

$395.00

Luger Carbine mahogany Pistol Presentation Case. Luger Carbine mahogany Case with either Burgundy or Forest Green baize interior** brass hinges and lock. Interior consists of 4 compartments fitted for : Luger Carbine Pistol Luger Carbine Shoulder Stock Luger Magazine Luger Oil Bottle ...

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Remington-Smoot Model No. 2

$550

This is the "New Model 2" variant in very good to fine condition. The original nickel plating is about 90% intact with a small amount of flaking on the back strap and around the muzzle. The hard rubber birds head grips are very good, without cracks or chips and minor wear on the high spots. Good act...

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NEW PRICE!! circa 1800 Sardinian musket

$995.00

Circa 1800 Sardinian Musket.

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Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield

$4500.00

SKU: 12-452 5 " BBL Serial# 25XX 1873 Patent Date WELLS FARGO & Co. company gun. Ivory grips US stamped on butt. On barrel stamped W.F.& CO'S.EX Matching numbers on barrel, backstrap Antique Status

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Smith & Wesson 1st Model

$3500.00

SKU: 12-448 American 6 1/4" BBL Serial# 8XX (US) Stamped above latch. One of the 1200 made for US Cavalry Nickeled finish Original wood grips Antique Status

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Smith & Wesson 2nd Model

$3500.00

SKU: 12-449 American 8" BBL Serial #805XX 1869 Patent date and Original walnut grips Antique Status

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NAACO gun grease

$6.50 per tube

NAACO gun grease manufactured around 1962 Ontario Canada 3 oz tubes

Lee enfield

Negotiable

#1 Lee Enfield , all parts in tact with bayonet

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Winchester Model 1894

$1,000

Winchester Model 1894 lever Action chambered in .30 wcf. Serial number verified that the gun was made in 1910.

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Rare London Pistol Company Revolver

$1,100

A rare Manhattan Firearms "London Pistol Company" Series 1 pocket revolver in .31 percussion. London Pistol was Manhattan's alternate label for selling those guns which did not meet their Manhattan quality standards. These guns often had imperfections in the casting, engraving or finish. What was on...

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